From biomass production to end users
As an emerging industry, bioenergy needs to establish an efficient supply chain from biomass production to end users. PAMI is at the forefront in developing this “field-to-factory” approach which includes:
Life-cycle Studies: Agricultural and Industrial
- Product and by-product use
- Value-Added through co-products and by-products
For bioenergy to be successful, each link in the chain must be optimized.
With bioenergy becoming an emerging industry, it’s necessary at the outset to conduct an overview to determine what necessary biomass and other components are in place or are still needed in the broader environment to make the industry a success. To do this PAMI is preparing a Biomass Logistics Roadmap for Saskatchewan to gather information on agronomic, harvesting, processing, transportation, and marketing requirements for biomass crops and residues. This information will provide information to help in decision-making for:
- Farmers in determining the when, where, how and markets for production of biomass crops
- Industry in determining locations, markets, etc. for conversion of biomass crops.
To read the final copy of the report click here.
If you are interested in receiving a copy of PAMI’s Excel based model to calculate costs associated with biomass logistics, please contact Joy Agnew (email@example.com)
For details on current projects please email firstname.lastname@example.org.